Process For Getting An Autism Diagnosis

If you’ve been a regular reader of my blog then you know that Autism was never on my radar. I knew something was going on with my oldest but I wasn’t exactly sure what it could be, and that is what prompted me to seek out a diagnosis. I’m speaking from the point of view […]

20 Things I Want My Kids To Know

  1. You are my world. Everything I do or choose not to do is for you. I always have your best interest in mind. All the decisions I’ve made are out of love for you. I will continue to advocate for you for as long as you need or want me to. I’m your […]

Feeling Rejuvenated

Spring is right around the corner…can you feel it? I’m soooooo ready. More sunshine and warmth, more driving with the windows down, more feeling the breeze blow through the house because it’s beautiful outside, the heat is off and the windows are wide open. Gimme more of that RIGHT. NOW. Super excited about the weather […]

I Wanted To Be A Mother For Selfish Reasons

It’s true that there is no one and nothing that can prepare you for all that motherhood entails. I don’t know about you, but when I thought about becoming a mother, all I thought of and saw were these beautiful moments I dreamt of. I wanted this totally dependent person to love and care for. […]

Our Winter Rhythm

I think we’re slowly finding our winter rhythm. Samuel’s asthma is pretty severe, and after all of the ER and Dr visits since September, coupled with his hospital stay last month, his Pediatrician strongly suggested we stay indoors unless we absolutely need to go out. That means on days when it warms up to the […]

When The Days Are Long

When I’ve been trying my best to deal with the constant fighting between my 7yr old and my 4yr old. When I constantly look  not just tired but exhausted from the constant lack of sleep. When I sit on another therapists couch for another set of diagnosis after more in-depth neuro testing and try to keep […]